The finalists short films in our National Schools competition for Primary; & Secondary School students or filmmakers eighteen years & under.
Screening: Sat 18 Jan, 2pm | Runtime: 101 mins | Classification: PG
It is Chance’s birthday and he is sent on a journey into the heart of Australia to protect a special rock.
Two hapless bank robbers attempt to hold up their local bank.
Aboriginal people have a deep connection to the land. One way they remain connected to the land is to represent the elements of the land through art.
A strange and mysterious night time journey home.
A sad moon wants to make new friends.
A little penguin has the dream that he can fly, he only needs to find a way.
Tied together in the middle of a desert on the remote Titan Moon, volunteer colonists, Will and Lu, must persevere with ‘Project Relationship Rebuild for the sake of the colony.
A documentary which explores why people travel, as well as the benefits of doing so.
Set in the near future in a society where all movements and tasks are performed for humans by paternalistic android figures.
Victor has found the location of the X as described on a treasure map.
Fences stand between Lupe and friendship. Will he ever be welcomed in this new country?
A comedy silent short film set in the bush.
We are a constantly evolving culture. The cities we live in, the jobs we have shape our direction in where we go, but are we heading in the right direction?
A short animated retelling of the story of the loyal dog, Hachiko.
The perfect recipe – Friday night, pizza, wine and that special someone.
A boy goes back to the future past.
When this world is forever torn apart, Will must find a way to hold on to Aimee and for them to once more be as one.
A spoken word poem motivating today’s youth to embrace life more and spend less time on their devices.
A teenager wrestles with a past event.
The loyalty of two friends will be tested as they each partake in a trust fall…
The devastating impacts us humans, are having on planet Earth.
A curious robot ventures into strange new territories, discovering what it means to be human.
In the 1950’s Australia was hit with the Polio epidemic. This documentary follows Margaret Saunders’ experience battling the crippling disease.
An experimental art film that explores the relationship between still and moving images, with inspiration from the French New Wave Movement.